reply to post by Aleister
Thank you for replying Aleister, I was playing on youtube last night, and apparently, I'm not the only one who made the connection. It talks about the
New Madrid, and the sinkhole in Louisiana, and the salt domes, I am copy and paste challenged, or I would've posted the video. It is about time the
sink hole gets natioanl attention. There was a story in Forbes on it and at the next town meeting on March 9, Erin Brokivich will be in attendance.
Another thing I brought up in another thread was, with all the fireballs, meteorites, and such we have been having coming through our amtosphere, if
one hit close to the sink holes, and or the saltdomes, it would not be pretty. It also stated that one of the saltdomes is filled with radioactive
waste. Over a million barrels worth.
Some posters on here wanted to give me grief over grammar, and could not understand the simple logic of what I was trying to convey. Maybe if the New
Madrid did go, they figured, "I live far enough away, it won't affect me." I'd hate to be the bearer of bad news, If the New Madrid goes, the San
Andreas would be affected. If one fault line goes, it puts added stress to other tetonic plates.
Thank you again for your input.
Down in west Tennessee, the quakes of the 1800 is something of folklore down there, but I remember seeing a picture of a fence that had been pulled
apart by about 2 1/2 -3 feet. And Reelfoot Lake, beautiful place. Bald eagle houses in the cypress trees, water, it was formed by that quake. Isn't it
ironic that something so beautiful was made from something so violent?
edit on 5-3-2013 by thepolish1 because: had to add